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  1. What should I look for in a midwinter inspection?

    Halfway through winter, you may be tempted to stay in a warm and cozy cocoon inside your house. And who could blame you? But even if you thoroughly prepared your home for the cold months, the best laid plans can and sometimes will go awry. Perform a midwinter checkup to ensure your home stays in good shape for the remaining cold weeks and the spring to follow. Even if you don't find emerging problems, this checkup can help you determine your home improvement priorities for the year to come.
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  2. Spring maintenance checklist: How to inspect your home for winter damage

    When the last snow has fallen and temperatures finally hold above freezing, it's a good idea to check your home for signs of damage from winter weather.

    No matter how diligent you were getting your home ready at the start of winter, there's a chance one or more of the projects will crop up on your springtime to-do list.

    INSPECT THE DECK

    Heavy snowfall can take a toll on a deck's structure, making it vulnerable to collapse when you're grilling for a crowd this ...
  3. A case for white kitchen cabinets

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ID:	11122When renovating a kitchen, what is the best cabinet color?

    More than ever, the answer is white. Not considered bland, boring or low end, these days white is a popular and desired choice for homeowners looking for a timeless and elegant look and a neutral palette.

    Here are some top reasons to make a case for white cabinets.

    1. White cabinets blend well with a variety of countertop choices.

    2. White cabinetry is versatile, ...
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  4. How can I protect my home against carbon monoxide?

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    Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless gas that can be easily generated by many home appliances. Although it presents a danger any time of year, it is a particular concern during colder months, when families run furnaces and heaters more frequently.

    Carbon monoxide poses significant risks inside the home. Symptoms include headaches, dizziness, upset stomach and confusion. Too much carbon monoxide can be fatal. Every year, it sends more than 20,000 ...
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    HVAC
  5. An Experiment Using The Best Full Spectrum LED Indoor Grow Light:Reviews (Updated 2019)

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ID:	11109For many of us living in the city the closest we get to seeing leaves and plants is outside. We want to own a garden to enjoy the tranquillity, the smell, the peacefulness.

    These are all things that we are missing out on. To be able to have a garden of your own is a luxury. As a relatively keen gardener who has done some small scale grows before I thought it would be a cool idea to try out an experiment.

    For 21 days I would have two Christmas ...
  6. Painters and decorators in London

    Let’s face it – we live in a modern era where art is ever so accessible and present. The painters and decorators in London are aplenty, and choosing from the wide variety of offices, practices, and even individuals can be very time consuming.

    There are a few companies, however, that can do what most can’t – preserve the traditional touch, add a bit of modernism, and ultimately, comply to the requests of the order. We’re talking about the ‘London Decorators’.

    Who are London ...
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    Home Decor
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